GUSTY CHILL: The winds continue to howl across the Central PA as we begin a new week. A Wind Advisory remains in effect until 7 P.M. Monday. Expect a gusty start to the day, with some early breaks of sun. There’s still some lake effect flurries, mainly northwest of Harrisburg. Winds gust to 40-45 miles per hour at times, and wind chill values feel like the teens and 20s. Temperatures don’t rise much through the day, with readings moving from the lower to middle 30s into the lower 40s by the afternoon. Winds still gust to 45 miles per hour at times under partly sunny skies. Winds chill values feel like the 20s and lower 30s. The winds ease a bit through the night, but don’t entirely settle. Skies are partly clear, with readings in the middle 20s to lower 30s. Tuesday is not as gusty as Monday. There’s more sunshine too, with afternoon temperatures still chilled in the 40s.
NOT AS CHILLY: The middle of the week and Thanksgiving holiday are milder, but it won’t come without shower chances. Conditions are dry for the busiest travel day of the year. Our next system could bring a late day or evening shower, but most are dry. A few showers are possible on Thanksgiving, but it won’t be a washout. Highs Wednesday are closer to 50 degrees, and readings are back into the 40s Thursday. It’ll be chilly for Black Friday shopping, but dry! After a chilly start with temperatures in the 30s, afternoon temperatures are in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: The weekend looks fairly quiet at this time. There’s partly cloudy skies Saturday as a system clears out. Afternoon temperatures make the lower to middle 40s. Sunday brings plenty of sunshine. It’s quiet, with readings near 50 degrees.
Have a great Monday!